I will say I give full support for these two artists, this project, and what they stand for. There are some important thoughts shared here.
This album is like a wounded predator cornered in a cave. It is majestic, but also feral and extremely dangerous.
The album undulates between savagery and mournful atmosphere with a fair number of interesting flourishes added.
Back in August, your intrepid reporters traveled all the way to Cleveland to see Napalm Death headline a set at a smaller venue on an off date from the big tour. Click the link to see the live set and interview with Barney.
I hereby dub their music Dissonant DJ Shadow with a Side of Angst, or perhaps House Scene Obliteration. Maybe we can just call it The Body, since the genre only has the one project in it that can rightfully lay claim anyway.
There’s nothing too fancy in what they do – this is meat and potatoes death metal, with a bit of well placed guitar solo gravy – but it is harrowing in woodchipper-come-to-life-and-bent-on-vengeance- against-the-human-race kind of way.
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…the album is darkly upbeat. There is plenty of energy with a plethora of twists and turns to keep it interesting.
Abhorrence take death metal, use it to write good songs, and spit out….more death metal.
For End of the Circle to grab me so completely and bend my thought to its will so completely, is a statement of exceptionalism.